12 August 2012

Sunday Morning Praise

It seems that any search for a video of the hymn, O, for a Thousand Tongues to Sing, yields a multitude of videos featuring the contemporary version by David Crowder Band. It is almost as if the contemplative, wild-haired Crowder and his crew have hijacked this great hymn. One must wonder if today's younger generation even knows that it was written by Charles Wesley and that it had life before guitars and drums.

With that, while it may seem a bit ironic to share an instrumental version of a song entitled, O, for a Thousand Tongues to Sing, I found this rendition quite beautiful.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your hard work in searching for this song without all those syncrenistic tentacles clinging onto it. Contemplatives always want to take what is original and blur it by merging it with the world away from it's simple pure message and true meaning that only belongs to it's intended meaning and uniqueness for why it was written and who wrote it to worship Jesus Christ.

    Can't wait til we ALL are in heaven with ONE resounding voice singing to the Lamb of God. It will be so thunderous and beyond subliminal as we worship our King and LORD above all to the glory of God the Father...


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